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    Has BT got too big for its boots?
    Feb17

    Has BT got too big for its boots?

    This is a vitally important year for the UK’s mobile phone industry. Ofcom will be auctioning off a new allocation of spectrum that will be used by mobile phone companies to offer additional internet services to customers. The first auction will supplement the current ability of mobile providers to offer 4G internet services, while another...

    Battling for Hearts and Minds: Kiev Fights for Loyalty in Eastern Ukraine
    Feb17

    Battling for Hearts and Minds: Kiev Fights for Loyalty in Eastern Ukraine

    The Minsk agreement, designed to bring peace to eastern Ukraine, turned two this week. But it hasn’t stopped the violence — in part because Kiev has done little to promote reconciliation. If that doesn’t change, unifying the country will prove impossible. …read more Source: Der...

    Brut force: the winery in the middle of a war zone
    Feb17

    Brut force: the winery in the middle of a war zone

    The chaos of eastern Ukraine has taken a heavy toll on this Soviet-era winery, which once supplied more than half the countryYou would not know from Yuri’s calm demeanour, as he describes the bubbles rising in his champagne flute, that that we are only a few miles from the frontlines in eastern Ukraine. Related: Violence flares in war-weary...

    Russia backs Marine Le Pen for President saying she will make things ‘MESSY’ for EU
    Feb17

    Russia backs Marine Le Pen for President saying she will make things ‘MESSY’ for EU

    HE may not have said it publicly but Russian president Vladimir Putin is almost certainly throwing his weight behind Front National candidate Marine Le Pen ahead of the French elections. …read more Source:...

    I could not say that Bulgaria is the most corrupt country in EU: President Rumen Radev
    Feb17

    I could not say that Bulgaria is the most corrupt country in EU: President Rumen Radev

    “There is corruption in Bulgaria, but I could not say that Bulgaria is the most corrupt country in the EU”, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev toldEuronews TV channel in the wake of latest negative assessment of Bulgaria by Transparency International. “Bulgaria is making efforts to fight corruption but I am sure we need to make much bigger efforts,...

    Why ‘Trumpcare’ could define Trump’s presidency
    Feb17

    Why ‘Trumpcare’ could define Trump’s presidency

    It’s difficult to enter a room nowadays without being dragged into a discussion about the latest Trump controversy: the Muslim ban, the Wall, the links to Russia, yet another attack on the media. While these are, of course, matters of great concern, there is one issue on Trump’s agenda which towers above everything else in terms of...

    5 things to watch at this year’s Munich Security Conference
    Feb17

    5 things to watch at this year’s Munich Security Conference

    BERLIN — This weekend, the German chancellor, the U.S. vice president and dozens of foreign and defense ministers will mingle with other political big shots at the grandiose Bayerischer Hof hotel in the Bavarian capital. Just another year at the Munich Security Conference? Not really. For much of its history stretching back more than...

    Russia ♥ Marine Le Pen
    Feb17

    Russia ♥ Marine Le Pen

    MOSCOW — Russia is on a roll: Donald Trump is in the White House, the wheels of Brexit are in motion and the Kremlin’s Gallic target of affection — France’s Marine Le Pen — is riding high in the polls. “We’re on the verge of a new global order,” said...

    Trump administration: Chaos at home, discipline abroad
    Feb16

    Trump administration: Chaos at home, discipline abroad

    In Washington, the swirling sandstorm of political upheaval just won’t stop. But in Europe, U.S. President Donald Trump’s first high-level emissaries abroad worked hard to avoid any surprises — and, at least initially, seemed to succeed. At NATO headquarters, it was an ultimatum’s ultimatum, delivered by a...

    Turkey’s snuggling up to Russia is likely to hurt it
    Feb16

    Turkey’s snuggling up to Russia is likely to hurt it

    AT ISTANBUL’S naval museum, around the corner from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s residence, reminders of one of Europe’s biggest geopolitical rivalries are everywhere. A bust commemorates Hasan Pasha of Algiers, a commander in a battle in which the Russian fleet burned the Ottoman one to a crisp. The remnants of the...

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